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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Start with setting the air and throttle screws. Turn each one inward until it GENTLY seats. Back each one out one and one half turns. Clean the air filter and starter plunger. The plunger may need to be rebuilt or replaced. Check the pilot and main jet sizes. There will be a number stamped on the side of the jets. The pilot jet should be #45, the main jet should be #140.
Posted on Aug 01, 2009
where the valves set cold or hot? could make the world of a difference...is there intake leaks? bad floats perhaps....its a problem that will take some time cancelling out problem by problem
Posted on Oct 09, 2009
SOURCE: 05 750 brute force missing badly
to be honest with you i have the same quad and its the same age, ive just had to spend a fortune on it because the engine seized solid for no reason, i had a honda 350 before this kawasaki and im going back to honda. im NEVER going to buy another kawasaki, its been nothing but trouble from day one!
Posted on Oct 27, 2009
This is what happens when a motorcycle sits for a long time without being operated (sometimes in as little as six months of storage). Over time, the gasoline in the carburetor evaporates and leaves behind a tar like varnish which pluggs up the very small openings in the carburetor passageways and jets.
The carburetor will have to be completely disassembled and cleaned. Soak all of the metal parts in a commercially available carburetor cleaner (be sure to follow the directions and all warnings that come with it). Do NOT place any plastic or rubber carburetor parts in the cleaning solution, they'll be ruined.
Upon reassembly, be sure to blow out all of the carburetor passages with compressed air. Same with the carb jets, blow air through them and then hold them up to a light and make sure you can see through them.
Tip: I have found that Simple Green is capable of removing fuel varnish from carb parts with an overnight soak.
Posted on Nov 01, 2009
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